At Least Five Ways to Die in the West
Can YOU catch the killer at this interactive murder mystery game? It's fun, funny, mysterious and a good night for all!
About At Least Five Ways to Die in the West
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CAN YOU CATCH THE KILLER? – the interactive murder mystery game where it’s up to YOU to prove your worth as a detective by solving a heinous killing - brings you AT LEAST FIVE WAYS TO DIE IN THE WEST.
Yeehaw! Howdy pardners! Welcome to our sleepy town in the wild west… well, it’s usually sleepy. The Sheriff keeps things under control. Unfortunately the sheriff has just been found dead… and without him watching over the town anyone could ride in from the desert… Who could have done this?
Watch events unfold then have your chance to interrogate each subject in turn. Bring a team or come on your own! Fun, funny, mysterious and a good night for all! COSTUMES ARE VERY WELCOME. Can YOU catch the killer?
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